Apr 03, 2020  
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CIS 121 - Foundations of Management Information Systems

Hours: 3
Students will learn the impact and role of Management Information Systems (MIS) within the organization and understand the importance and impact of ethical topics as they apply to Information systems. Topics covered include: Decision Support Systems, Database structure, enterprise applications, e-commerce, social and ethical issues related to information technology, information technology and how it impacts the strategic development of the organization. In addition, students will understand MIS and the strategic role it plays in management of the organization and learn to identify important business processes and align technology tools that support chosen business strategies. The course will help students understand the role of Information Technology as a critical element of today’s business environment and meet employers’ expectations that college graduates have an understanding of concepts and terms within management information systems.

Prerequisite: None



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